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If you recently watched a Golden State Warriors game, you probably noticed the tattoo on Steph Curry’s left inner-bicep. The ink appears to be a greater than symbol next to a less than symbol (> <). Curry has explained that the tattoo reminds him to live in the moment. Him and his wife, Ayesha Curry, have matching > < tattoos.
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The greater than less than is a symbol of John 3:30. The verse reads, “He must increase, but I must decrease.” This is a very similar message to Philippians 4:13 which Curry has on his shoes: “I can do all this through him who gives me strength.”
The 2016 NBA Finals put up Empire numbers. Game 7 was the most watched game ever on ABC. The Super Bowl remains the most-watched sports event of the year with 111.9 million viewers.
The meaning of Stephen Curry’s WOE bicep tattoo
The “WOE” tattoo on Steph Curry’s right bicep means Working On Excellence. Excellence is defined as the quality of being outstanding or extremely good. That’s exactly what Curry and the Golden State Warriors have been throughout the 2017 NBA Playoffs. Steph and Kevin Durant have taken the Warriors to a new level. It will be extremely difficult for the Cleveland Cavaliers to defeat Golden State in this year’s NBA Finals.
|The Meaning Of Stephen Curry’s WOE Bicep Tattoo|
Stephen Curry’s Hebrew wrist tattoo
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